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1st International Symposium on Space & Global Security of Humanity
Limassol, Cyprus
02-07 November 2009


Final Announcement

Call for Papers

Preliminary Program

Announcement

Security of Mankind can not be enhanced without comprehensive review of the whole part of factors and threats as well as the use of the most up to date technologies and interdisciplinary approaches to this very complex problem.
International Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity” will take place in Limassol, Cyprus, November 2-4, 2009.
Symposium will examine the problem area of global security of humanity and the way to solve problems of creation of international aerospace system for monitoring of global natural and technogenic phenomena (IGMAS), insuring the sustainability and harmony of mankind’s development.
Symposium will be attended by the leading world scientists, experts, analysts from all corners of the space community, including key government decision-makers and representatives of business circles from largest world aerospace companies.
Symposium Preliminary Program and course of its preparation are available on the symposium website at www.spacesystems.ru


Main Topics:
•    Space exploration strategy and global security of humanity. Earth’s Socio-Natural Balance Conservancy. Forecast. Researches
•    International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Natural and Technogenic Phenomena (IGMAS)
•    Space systems and advanced space-time data technologies – Neogeography
•    Aerospace technologies and global security. Earth remote sensing; geoinformational technologies in industry, ecology and other spheres
•    Common Educational and Scientific Space. International Distance Learning System
•    AEROSPACE SERVICE. International Specialized Presentation of Aerospace Services

Symposium Languages
 English
 Russian

Symposium Organizer
•    Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named by K.E. Tsiolkovsky
141091, Moscow region, Yubileiny, M.K. Tikhonravov St. 27
Russian Federation.
Vice President: Valery Menshikov
Managing Director: Vladislav Konovalov
Symposium Coordinator: Eugene Tsadikovsky
Phone/Fax: +7 495 543 38 68; +7 495 785 79 29
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Registration:
Please use the online registration form available at www.spacesystems.ru
 

Invitation from the Academician of Russian Academy of Cosmonautics Valery Aleksandrovich Menshikov
I would like to invite you to join us for the Specialized International Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity”. This international symposium will examine a problems of global security of humanity and ways to solve these problems – creation of international aerospace system for monitoring of global natural and technogenic phenomena (MAKSM), Earth’s natural balance conservancy, use of natural resources, ecology and environment protection.
 Purpose of creation of international aerospace system for monitoring of global natural and technogenic phenomena is effective development and joint use of potential capabilities of aerospace systems, advanced Earth monitoring and data processing technologies developed by world countries. This system in proper time provides institutions of state governing and population with information relative to imminent natural and man-caused disasters that give the real opportunity to prevent or reduce their negative effect on environment, world economic infrastructure and people.
On this symposium will be examined МАКSМ purpose and major tasks as well as configuration of this new system. Much attention will be given to orbital constellation configuration formulation. Themes of panel discussions will include the new technological solutions which can be used for the development of space satellites, special and service onboard equipment and systems.
One of the major sections of symposium is devoted to МАКSМ ground segment which includes the ground control complex, launch facilities and a special purpose МАКSМ complex of ground facilities. The symposium papers will review such areas as monitoring data local receiving stations, ground data receiving and processing facilities, navigation information systems.
We hope that our symposium will attract attention of world society, notable scientific and industrial institutions and companies, promote international cooperation in science and culture, development of common educational and scientific space». 
Academician of Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, Valery Aleksandrovich Menshikov.


Greetings to the Participants of Symposium:

Message from International Academy of Astronautics Secretary General Jean Michel Contant
International Academy of Astronautics has embarked upon a series of planning studies to provide decision-makers an unbiased scientific and technological basis for their commitment to international programs.
In the framework of the first phase of an IAA ambitious study on a major project for establishing an International Aerospace System the initiative to carry out a symposium "Space & Global Security of Humanity" on November 2-4, 2009 in Cyprus is most appropriate and welcomed.
We are very pleased to have partners in the symposium especially the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos, the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics and the International Association "Znanie". The Academy will help to bring international experts for making fruitful discussions and is going to engage the United Nations in the project that fit particularly their goals and plans.
IAA is very pleased to hail the symposium participants and ready to cooperate with Russian partners in preparation and carrying out of the symposium.

Message from the Head of the Federal Space Agency of Russia Anatoly Perminov
The progress of humanity have changed the face of our planet. Growth of technologies is attended by the new more and more complicated problems facing our civilization. Solving these problems is the essential condition for continuation of progress.   
It is environment conservancy insuring our survival, protection against natural disasters and technogenic catastrophes, alternative power sources development. Solution of these problems is closely connected to the efficient development and cooperative use of the leading world countries aerospace capabilities for reducing dangers and mitigation of natural disasters and technogenic catastrophes for population and global industrial potential.
Only by the joint effort of many countries we can solve the problem of effective and short-time global forecast of natural disasters and technogenic catastrophes.
International Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity” – a further step in the development of intergovernmental cooperation for creation of international aerospace system for global geophysical phenomena monitoring and forecast of natural and technogenic catastrophes.

Message from the President of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics Anatoly Koroteev
International Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity” organized by International Academy of Astronautics and Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named by K.E. Tsiolkovsky is supported by the United Nations Organization (UNO) and International Association ZNANIE.
Holding this international symposium in the joint framework with representatives of many international communities will greatly influence space exploration policy, socio-natural balance conservancy, creation of space systems and technologies for monitoring of natural and technogenic phenomena serving for global security of mankind.
Let me express my sincere expectation that symposium Papers, its ideas presented by leading scientific organizations and industrial companies, Russian and foreign aerospace community members will attract the attention of the world society and will enforce the development of international integration of intellect for solving problems of global mankind security and creation of common educational and scientific space.
I wish all guests and participants of this international symposium a fruitful work, interesting and useful meetings, every success in further activities.

Message from the President of International Association Znanie Yefim Malitikov
Through all its history humankind was suffering and continue to do so from natural disasters. Which were added for the past two hundred years by technogenic catastrophes regretfully marking an inevitable companions of technological advance. At the same time humanity which cumulated giant scientific potential, having various technological tools, already possess all opportunities for its security enforcement. These opportunities in the first instance are associated with space technologies used for global geophysical phenomena and extrahazardous industrial facilities global monitoring.
A man can stem natural and technogenic disasters only if he is well educated, powered by the requisite knowledge and constantly maintain its level. Knowledge - part and parcel of global security. In the conditions of constant rapid knowledge updating its promotion is possible only by using new educational approaches in the framework of common educational and scientific space, utilizing up to date information and telecommunication technologies, including space technologies.
International Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity” gives to the scientists and specialists one more chance to discuss problems of global security of mankind, give  a new impulse to the international cooperation in the area of space assets and technologies use for security and prosperity of the peoples

Symposium Sessions Program:

Technical Track 1. Space Exploration Strategy and Global Security of Humanity. Earth’s Socio-Natural Balance Conservancy. Forecast. Researches
Session 1.1. Economy and Space Activities: Impact on the Sustainable Socioeconomic Development and Everyday Life of Human and Society.
Session 1.2. Philosophical Aspects of Astronautics Development.
Session 1.3. Forecast. Space Exploration and Global Security of Humanity.
Session 1.4. Medical and Biological Problems of Astronautics.
Session 1.5. Earth’s socio-natural balance conservancy.
 
Technical Track 2. International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Natural and Technogenic Phenomena (IGMAS) 
Session 2.1. Space Vehicles and Space Systems. IGMAS Orbital Segment.
Session 2.2. IGMAS Airborne Segment.
Session 2.3. IGMAS Special Ground Complex.
Session 2.4. Space Vehicles Mission Control. Space Vehicles Navigation.
Session 2.5. Radiosystems and Space Communications. Telemetry and Optoelectronic Systems.

Technical Track 3. Space Systems and Advanced Solutions. NeoGeography
Session 3.1. NeoGeography: New Technologies of Geographical, Spatial and Space-Time Data Acquisition, Analysis, Processing and Visualization.
- NeoGeography and Applied Space Systems;
- Situational Awareness;
- Network Control Technologies - Netcentric Warfare, Web 2.0, etc.;
- Using Operationally Responsive Information for Operational and Special Tasks, Emergency Control and Response;
- Supercomputer Geography and Virtual Reality Technologies;
- 3D- and 4D- Geography
Session 3.2. NeoGeography in the Systems of National, Regional Administration and Corporate Governance:
- Neogeography in Municipal Systems: Russian Experience;
- Situational Centers;
- Decision Theater Technologies;
- User Content Integration in Advanced Geosystems

Technical Track 4. Aerospace technologies and global security. Earth remote sensing; geoinformational technologies in industry, ecology and other spheres
Session 4.1. Security and Global Natural Phenomena Forecast.
Session 4.1.1. Global Climate Change.
Session 4.1.2. Hydrometeorology. Whirlwinds. Tornadoes. High Waters and Floods.
Session 4.1.3. Seismic Hazard Areas.
Session 4.1.4. Desertization and Land Erosion Problems.
Session 4.2. Security and Global Technogenic Emergency and Catastrophes Forecast.
Session 4.2.1. Energy Security. Aerospace Technologies.
Session 4.2.2. Environmental Security:
- Satellite Monitoring of Water, Soil and Air Pollution;
- Environmental Control of Atmosphere;
- Environmental Control of Water Resources;
- Environmental Control of Mineral Resources Utilization.
Session 4.2.3. Environmental Monitoring of Outer Space, Emergency and Catastrophes.
Session 4.3. International System for Emergency Control and Response.
Session 4.3.1. Requirements for Configuration, Span and Specifications of Space Monitoring, Warning and Search and Rescue Systems and Assets.
Session 4.3.2. Salvage and Rescue Operations and International Operations of Emergency Services.
Session 4.3.3. Geospace Monitoring and Operational Warning, Threats and Challenges for Human and Humanity Combating Management

Technical Track 5. Common Educational and Scientific Space. International Distance Learning System
Session 5.1. International Cooperation and the Use of Aerospace Technologies in Education, Science and Culture.
Session 5.2. International Distance Learning System, Personnel Training and Development in the Area of Natural and Technogenic Catastrophes Monitoring and Forecast.
Session 5.3. Space Education Prospects. Personnel Management and Training.

Technical Track 6. AEROSPACE SERVICE.
International Specialized Presentation of Aerospace Services
Themes declared by symposium participants:
1. Space Navigation Systems and Assets.
2. Earth Remote Sensing and Environmental Monitoring Services.
3. Space Systems and Assets for Emergency Warning, Monitoring and Search and Rescue Operations.


Organizational and Program Committee

Conference Co-Chairs:
•     Jean Michel Contant, France, International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Secretary General
•     V.A. Menshikov, Russia, A.A. Maksimov Space Systems Research Institute, Director
•     E.M. Malitikov, Chairman of Interstate Committee of CIS on Knowledge Promotion and Adult Education

Committee Members:

1.     S.A. Zolotoy, Belarus, Geoinformation Systems, Director
2.     Rainer Sandau, Germany, German Aerospace Center DLR Chief Scientist
3.     K.R. Sridhara Murthi, India Antrix Corporation Ltd., Managing Director
4.     MYS Prasad, India, Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Associate Director
5.     Carlo Uliviery Italy, Sapienza, University of Rome, Head of Department of Aerospace and Astronautics Engineering
6.     Wu Meirong, China
7.     G.A. Popov, Russia, Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Director
8.     A.A.Medvedev, Russia, IRKUT Aviation Group, Vice-President
9.     R.V. Vavilov, Russia, Russian Centre of Science and Culture in the Republic of Cyprus, Director
10.   S.V. Pushkarsky, Russia, A.A. Maksimov Space Systems Research Institute, Deputy Director;
        V.G. Lebedev, Russia, IPU RAS, Scientific Secretary;
        A.S. Sigov, Russia, MIREA, Rector;
        V.A. Shevtsov, Russia, MAI (GTU), Pro-rector for Scholarly Work.
11.    Jeanne Holm, USA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Programme Manager
12.    Mohamed Laoucet Ayari, Tunisia, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.,University of Colorado at Boulder Consultant Staff Member Adjunct Professor
13.    A.V. Degtyarev, Ukraine,  First Deputy Designer General - Director General of YangelYuzhnoe State Design Office
14.    S.N. Koniukhov, Ukraine, Designer General - Director General of Yangel Yuzhnoye State Design Office;
15.    Takashi Moriyama, Japan, Earth Observation Research Center Space Applications Mission Directorate
16.    Yasushi Horikawa, Japan, JAXA
17.    Eremchenko E. N., Russia, "Neogeography" Group
18.    Dmitrieva V. T., Russia, MSPU, Dean of geographical department
19.    Klimenko S. V., Russia, Director of Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology
20.    Kruzhalin V.I., Russia, Moscow State University,geographical department, chairman of tourism and recreation sciences
21.    Anoprijenko A.Ya., Ukraine, Donetsk Technological Univercity, dean of Computing Sciences Department

Information for Participants 

Symposium “Space & Global Security of Humanity” will take place in Limassol, Republic of Cyprus, November 2-4, 2009. The Symposium participants number is limited.  
Arrival Date: November 1, 2009.
Registration Dates: November 1-2, 2009.
Symposium Opening Ceremony begins November 2, 2009 at 12:00 a.m. local time.
Papers will be published in Symposium Proceedings and on Official Web Site of “Space & Global Security of Humanity” Symposium.
Symposium Organizing Committee will offer the participants a rich program of social events. We hope that concurrently with scientific discussions we will be able to involve participants in business program of symposium which includes meetings with the leading executives of world aerospace industry. Our symposium should be a good platform of mutual interest and contacts between scientists and aerospace business leaders from many countries.
Symposium Organizing Committee offers an arrangement in Limassol from November 1 through November 7 of round tables, seminars, business meetings for the participants concerned involving scientific and cultural community. Please feel free to make a request of the themes you are interested in.
Symposium Participation Patterns
•    Symposium Participation Patterns and Registration Fee
•    Application for Participation
 Publication of Papers
•    Scientific Publication Requirements
 

International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Natural and Technogenic Phenomena (IGMAS)

Purpose of IGMAS is global monitoring of Earth’s surface, Earth’s atmosphere and near-Earth environment from space with the possibility to transfer observation data to ground situation centers which carry out forecast and warning in quasi-real time to prevent natural and man-caused disasters. Furthermore, the system provides high-precision determination of object position including concerns of increase of cargo transportation efficiency, and distance learning (remote education) as well. At that, distance learning can be used for training specialists not only in the field of monitoring but in any other areas of human activity.
     Main tasks of IGMAS are:
•    Remote observation of Earth’s surface, atmosphere and ionosphere with use of visible and heat range equipment, low- and high-frequency wave complexes, complexes for monitoring of charged particles, magnetometers, mass-analyzers, spectrometers with the following purposes:
o    Global geological mapping of different rocks, folded and discontinuous structures, dynamic control of seismic dangerous regions.
o    Dynamic monitoring of hydrogenous ecosystems.
o    Discovery of signs showing the possibility of coming earthquake (measuring of tectonic plate displacement, control of different signs of earthquakes and processes of volcanic activity).
o    Control of initiation, development and spread of tornado, typhoon, tsunami, cyclones and anticyclones.
o    Monitoring of potentially dangerous (in respect to possibility of chemical or radiation pollution, fires or explosions) objects functioning on the Earth.
•    Data obtaining by satellite equipment and its registration.
•    Transfer of monitoring data from satellite to ground centers to obtain, store and process the Earth observation information both in real-time and with delaying in case of data storage in satellite on-board memory.
•    Preprocessing of Earth observation information with use of ground stations which are part of global (international) and national situation centers.
•    On-line delivery of necessary information to state authorities both in Russia and in other countries in the interesting of hazard reducing and decreasing of negative consequences of natural and man-caused disasters for people and economic potential of different countries.
•    Providing the customers with navigation data obtained from space navigation systems in the interesting of economy, society and persons including information and telecommunication services.
•    Remote education (distance learning) in the interesting of training specialists in the field of monitoring, forecast of natural and man-caused disasters and other areas of science and engineering with use of advanced space and informational technologies.
     IGMAS is composed of orbital, airborne and ground segments.
     Airborne segment of IGMAS is built if necessary by national governments for ones own account and has a status of national system.
     Orbital segment of IGMAS provides obtaining of data that are possible signs of natural and man-caused disasters. This data can include: background distributions and separation of perturbation of parameters characterizing thermal, magnetic, gravitational fields and plasma in ionosphere, changes in ozone layer and changes of atmosphere characteristics, changes in geodynamics of the Earth’s crust and subsoil waters. Obtained data transfers to crisis situation centers of global system that provides customers with monitoring information (GSMI).
     Orbital segment of IGMAS is composed of upper and lower deck groups of satellites. Total number of satellites in the orbital segment of IGMAS is up to 10.
     Main elements of GSMI are:
•    Upper level consisting of two global crisis monitoring centers situated in Russia and, for instance, in one of the economically developed countries and having data links with UNO offices.
•    Medium level is national situation centers for control during emergency situations that are connected with centers of upper level.
•    Lower level is composed of ground stations to obtain space data.
     At that, national crisis situation centers are more important in the interesting of several countries and their creation has to be financed by governments of these countries.
     For on-line delivery of monitoring information from upper deck group of satellites to provide global monitoring centers about five international stations for obtaining the space data are necessary. These stations have to be distributed at different parts of Earth (for instance, West Coast of North America, East Coast of South America, Central Africa, Indo-China, central part of Russia).
     To provide national situation centers with monitoring data directly countries can deploy stations for obtaining of monitoring information on their territories using own financial resources.
     The international cooperation for development and use of this space system project may include: Russia (project initiator and coordinator), European countries, USA, Canada, China, Asian-Pacific Region states, Australia, African countries, South and Central American states.
 
Supporting Information
Symposium Coordinator: Evgeny Tsadikovsky
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